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Cisco Announces “Work from Home” Webex Contact Center Quick Deployment

Achim Klor, Director of Marketing
March 18, 2020

With the widespread impact of COVID-19, it’s important to take care of ourselves, our families, our employees, and our customers. Around the world, our business and personal lives have been affected. Many companies are asking employees to work from home, even those serving in the mission-critical business functions such as contact centers.

Our customers have long taken advantage of Cisco’s virtual contact center and remote agent solutions. Many are reaching out for advice on how to expand these capabilities for agents and supervisors to work from home. They are looking for ways to quickly respond to customer concerns and questions, while also proactively preparing for any potential impact to the business.

Some companies need to add an additional contact center system to offload call volumes from an existing system.  Other companies need a contact center solution that doesn’t require a VPN for agents to work from home. In addition, companies who don’t yet have a contact center are looking to provide their customers with an “emergency hotline” to handle urgent questions. These needs are growing exponentially.

Cisco’s Work from Home Contact Center Agent Plan

It is our goal to help businesses succeed through these challenging times. As such, Cisco is announcing a quick-to-deploy solution to get organizations with these urgent needs up and running quickly. In as little as five days a secure, scalable, native cloud solution for businesses with up to 1,000 concurrent agents can be deployed on the Cisco Webex Contact Center.

The solution includes agents and supervisor software, PSTN for inbound calls, and a robust set of omnichannel, routing and reporting capabilities—everything needed to successfully run a virtual contact center.

Because it’s a cloud solution, it supports contact center agents who need to work from home, regardless of endpoints or physical location. Setting up agents to work from home is simple. An agent simply needs a home or smartphone that can be dialed directly—preferably with a headset, and a computer with a browser and internet connection. No VPN connection is required. This ensures they can stay fully productive and connected to customers and the rest of the business.

Watch a short video for a quick overview of the solution.

We’re in This Together.We’re in This Together

We recognize this global situation can be disruptive to business. Stack8 is committed to helping its customers adapt to maintain business continuity and peace of mind during this period of uncertainty.

Our thoughts are with all our customers and those who are affected.

To learn more about the Cisco Webex Contact Center solution, read the brief.

Questions about how to set up remote agents contact Stack8.

Learn More

Cisco Webex: Supporting customers during this unprecedented time

Cisco Contact Center Portfolio: Revolutionizing Customer and Agent Experiences

Cisco Introduces Cloud-based Webex Contact Center Portfolio at Annual Cisco APJC Contact Centre Symposium

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